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    Been doing the drop and run since invitees were 6+.

    Mostly because they have been immediately after school partues at the play centre next to the school (that is hired out for the purpose of the party). I don't feel the need to add my other 3 non-invited children to the mix.

    Sometimes I know the parents hosting, sometimes I don't. Makes no difference to me
    Last edited by Lillynix; 03-10-2014 at 21:27.

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    I havent yet and DS1 is 6. A few other parents did drop and run at his 5th and 6th birthday parties, but I'm just not there yet.

    Plus it helps that I am good friends with most of the mums so I stay and chat and help out

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    4-5yo.

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    I have found that at my son's 6th birthday, no one left. At his 7th, only 2 parents left. And at his 8th, the majority of the parents left. The only ones that stayed were the parents that we were friends with, so it was more of a catch-up for them as well.


 

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